A Librarian's Guide to the Internet. Searching and by Jeanne Muller

By Jeanne Muller

Librarians continuously behavior searches for his or her shoppers and for themselves. but the net and expertise are consistently altering, leading to strain on librarians to maintain up to date with how top to exploit the net. This consultant deals recommendation on find out how to use the web and the way to realize the data required so much successfully. It covers for instance: find out how to seek so that it will in achieving the simplest effects (strategies, what to invite and examples) and reading effects (including examples). Importantly, not just does the publication convey the best way to use the web, however it additionally hyperlinks this to ideal customer support - the best way to educate your shoppers what you recognize and the way to correctly interpret what your buyers want.

  • Helps a librarian carry ideal customer support with confidence
  • Provides functional assistance and hints
  • Written via a hugely revered and skilled practitioner

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Korea, North, Taiwan (also called Republic of China). Korea, South, Thailand (used to be called Siam). Laos, Tibet (a region of China). Vietnam ... htm – 8k – Cached – Similar pages ATRA: Library: Who Made The Thailand Ridgeback Dog? In ancient times, the King of Vietnam was in trouble with his people. He fled to Thailand and stayed with the King of Siam (Thailand used to be called Siam) ... html – 16k – Cached – Similar pages Fun and Sharing ... They hope the eyes see where the fish are. that Thailand used to be called Siam (as it is called in the musical The King and I).

Thailand used to be called Siam. The Sahara desert is expanding half a mile south every year. html – 4k – Cached – Similar pages Sometimes, it is difficult to be specific to begin with. Occasionally I do not know what I am looking for. Perhaps it is a subject that I am unfamiliar with or I have to search for something in a language that I am not fluent in. In this situation, I use what I call the funnel method. Start with a broad term or an unspecific word. See what results you get. And then go on from there.

How does a search engine work? The results of a search engine are built by computer robot programs, not by human selection. A search engine is not organised by subject categories; all pages are ranked by a computer algorithm. It is helpful to remember that the results contain the full text (every word) of the web pages they link to. The database of a search engine is huge and queries often retrieve a lot of information. Most search engines therefore allow you to search within results, which is especially useful for complex searches.

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